1963 Aeolian-Skinner+2013 Quimby/Cathedral of Saint Paul, St. Paul, MN
1963 Aeolian-Skinner+2013 Quimby/Cathedral of Saint Paul, St. Paul, MN

An Organist’s Yearbook #2152

. . . the annual summary of 12 months' happenings, celebrating success and lamenting losses

Hour One

SIGFRID KARG-ELERTNun danket alle Gott , Op. 65, no. 59Diane Bish (1965 Marcussen+1965 Spaeth+1966 Rieger+1990 Fischer & Krämer/Freiburg Cathedral, Germany) Artisan 1999

JEAN-FRANÇOIS DANDRIEU4 Pieces (TrioBasse de Cromorne, Récit de Nazard & Dialogue), fr Magnificat in gGillian Weir (1740 Picard-1969 Kern/St. Maximin de Thionville, France) Decca 484 1435

DAN LOCKLAIRSilence may be kept, fr RubricsMarilyn Keiser (2007 Casavant/St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Indianapolis, IN) Loft 1110

J. S. BACHPrelude in G, BWV 550Anthony Newman (1985 Rieger/Recital Hall, SUNY-Purchase, NY) Newport Classic 60004

SETH BINGHAMBells of RiversideFrederick Swann (Aeolian-Skinner/Riverside Church, New York, NY) PD Archive (r. 7/10/96)

CECILIA MacDOWALLRegina Coeli, fr 3 AntiphonsLucy Humphris, trumpet; William Fox (1963 Walker/Church of St. John the Evangelist-Islington, London, England) Naxos 8.579077

PATRICK CASSIDYLaudamus te, fr The MassDavid Harris, director; Christoph Bull (1931 Skinner + 1969 Schlicker/1st Congregational Church, Los Angeles, CA) Supertrain 81225

JOHN HARBISON:  Prelude for Organ (2020) –Ken Cowan (1997 Fisk-Rosales/Edith Bates Old Recital Hall, Rice University, Houston, TX) PD Archive (r. 6/19/21)

MAURICE RAVEL (trans. Wiersinga):  Rigaudon, fr Le Tombeau de CouperinAnna Lapwood (1908-2001 Harrison/Ely Cathedral, England) Signum 688

Filler – KARG-ELERT (see above)

 

Hour Two

JEREMIAH CLARKE (trans. Dupré):  Trumpet TuneJeanne Demessieux (1915 Norman & Beard/St. Mark’s North Audley Street, London, England).  JEANNE DEMESSIEUXTe Deum –Jean Demessieux (1846 Cavaillé-Coll+1957 Roethinger/La madeleine, Paris, France) Decca 484 1424

DEMESSIEUXLumiere (No. 7), fr Méditations sur le Saint-EspritPierre Labric (1868 Cavaillé-Coll+1965 Boisseau/Notre-Dame Cathedral, Paris, France) Solstice 269

JOHANN PHILIPP KIRNBERGERKomm, o komm, du Geist des Lebens –Beate Kruppke (1755 Migendt/Frohen botschaft Church, Berlin-Karlhorst, Germany) AMAVN 001

CAMILLE SAINT-SAËNSPrelude in E, Op.99, no. 1Andrew-John Smith (1846 Cavaillé-Coll/Church of La Madeleine, Paris, France) Hyperion 67713

NICOLAS de GRIGNY3 Sanctus Versets, fr MessePierre Bardon (1774 Isnard/Basilica of St. Mary Madeleine, St. Maximin, France) Pierre Verany 790031

NANCY PLUMMER FAXONIntermezzoJohn Weaver (1920 Skinner/Old South Church, Boston, MA) Pipedreams 1001

JOHANN LUDWIG KREBSLiebster Jesu, wir sind hier –Timothy Valentine, English horn; Edwin Swanborn (1969 Noack/Trinity Lutheran Church, Worcester, MA) Northeastern 211

GUSTAV HOLST (arr. Paul Smith):  Anthem, O God, beyond all praising (premiere) –Cathedral Choir/Lawrence Lawyer; Christopher Ganza (1963 Aeolian-Skinner+2013 Quimby/Cathedral of Saint Paul, St. Paul, MN) PD Archive (r. 11/21/21)

Filler – GUILLOU:  Improvisation on “Greensleeves” (Dorian 90112)

Enjoy these archive programs featuring several of today’s significant personalities:

#1716: Diane Bish – For the Joy of Music

#1301: Marilyn Keiser – Women at Work

#1132: Anthony Newman – A Newman for All Seasons 

#0337: Frederick Swann – Swann Song

#0717: John Weaver – The Weaver’s Tale

#0010 & #0812: Dame Gilliam Weir – Nothing Like a Dame & Conversations with a Great Dame    

Continuing support of PIPEDREAMS is provided in loving memory of Wesley and Lucinda Dudley by their family, with additional support from Walter McCarthy, Clara Ueland, and the Greystone Foundation, by Jan Kirchner on behalf of her family foundation, by the Art and Martha Kaemmer Fund of the HRK Foundation, in celebration of the life of Martha Hulings Kaemmer, and by listener-contributors to this public radio station. Additional support comes from Goulding & Wood, Inc. of Indianapolis, IN, and Integrated Organ Technologies, Inc. of Roswell, GA, members of APOBA, the Associated Pipe Organ Builders of America, a collaborative of designers, creators, and maintainers of pipe organs found in religious and educational institutions, concert halls, and residences throughout the United States and beyond. An APOBA resource guide and member prospectus is available at APOBA.COM.